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Hosta splitting



Should you split and transplant Hostas in the spring or can you also do it in the fall?

—Connie Braun


Hi Connie,

Hosta splitting can go on any time, either spring or fall.  Hostas are really quite hardy plants and can tolerate the splitting as long as you are sure to water.  Even this late in the season it’s possible to damage your plants by not watering, especially a transplant or replant will require a little extra care giving on the part of you, the gardener.  So go ahead and split away.  The leaves may lay limp, but do leave them on to collect as much Autumn sun as possible.

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